What's a "moo" card, you ask? Smaller than an ATC at only 1-1/8" x 2-3/4", Moo Cards or Mini Moo Cards, were first created from people's Flickr photos. The cards quickly became so popular that people began incorporating their own artwork using various techniques, and now these cards are traded in much the same way as ATCs. All those who took part in the Challenge definitely took their altering skills seriously . . . just take a look at the amazing and varied final results!
|Using her favorite sprays and stamps,|
it seems Nicole Durst couldn't stop
with just one!
|Created with egg shells and alcohol|
inks, Jeanette Lee created beautiful
mini mosaics with her cards.
|Deborah Schinzel was feeling the|
change in seasons as she created her
card using inks and a favorite stamp.
|Charmaine Conway created her|
cards using Distress Inks, Stickles,
and stamps for a whimsical look.
|By using many different techniques ~|
from hand stitching to bling ~ Charlotte
Fern created cards that told mini stories.
There you have it! Please leave us a comment . . . or two! . . . and let us know what you think. In the meantime, join us in congratulating and thanking all of these great artists for a job well done! And if you'd like to take part in our monthly "ATC Workshop & Swap" or Challenges, join us the second Thursday evening of each month from 6:00pm-8:00pm and you too can begin to think big in a small way! There's no membership required and it's FREE! Hope to see you there!
Watch for our next Challenge ~ Fascinator Hats ~ coming in January 2014!
2986 No. Alma School Rd. #4 ~ Chandler, AZ 85224
s/w corner of Alma School & Elliot Roads in the Mervyn's Plaza
(located between Zoe's Quilts & Catherine's)
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm ~ Closed Sunday & Monday